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10 HR Reports you Can Pull with Sapling - Sapling Blog


We want to make it easy to track and manage important information, so our customers can be proactive rather than reactive While every organization will track and measure different HR metrics, here are the 10 most common HR reports our customers use: 1.

An Interview with Jen Vasin of Insight Enterprises


These are affinity groups that promote personal and professional development, driving new ideas into the business, and making a positive impact on local communities, all with the spirit of inclusion in mind. . Developing current and future leaders.

12 Ways to Get C-Suite Buy-In for Great HR Initiatives


Imagine a world where every great HR initiative gets properly funded: Retention programs are fully backed by the C-suite, recruitment snafus are nipped in the bud before they become big problems, and even the CFO meets employee engagement initiatives with near-giddy enthusiasm.

Workforce Management Goals And Data Insights: Applying Embedded Analytics To HR


In this blog, I’ll cover three of these challenges in particular, and then look at how embedded analytics can help address them. With embedded analytics, your HR team can monitor diversity gaps and develop a holistic view of workforce composition.

HR TechStack – Performance Tracking


Performance management systems are used to manage employee progress, performance, and development in relation to organizational goals. One solution to recruit, train, manage, develop and connect your employees. Performance Tracking Tools.

Reshaping Talent Management in the Millennial Era

TrustRadius HR

2017 saw a steep rise in employee turnover rates, and 2018 doesn’t look any better. Work Institute’s retention report predicts a hike in voluntary turnover. The major issue is that retention isn’t owned by anyone in the organization.

Improve Your Employee Satisfaction: 10 Best Onboarding Practices

TrustRadius HR

Research shows that employees tend to form fast opinions about the job during their first few days of work, which means that those early days are a tenuous time for employee retention. Indeed, statistics further show that most turnover occurs within the first weeks of employment.